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Is everyone using the same user account to check their email or does your dusband and daughter have their own user account as well as yourself?
If everyone is seperate, then you may have inadvertantly gotten a piece of spyware that is messing with your settings. The quick solution would be to create a new user account for yourself and copy your documents over. The not so quick fix would be running a program like HijackThis to see if there are any web browser redirects or "hijacks" for yahoo. Also running some antispyware utilities such as Spybot Search & Destroy. I recomend Spybot because it identifies some hijacks, offers protection (not realtime scanning, just prevantative), works great, and is legally free. You could also use another web browser such as Mozilla Firefox which helps prevent hijacking and spyware infections. This is also legally free.
Hope this helps!
If everyone is under the same account then I don't think the problem would make sense one person can access Yahoo mail but not another person.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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